Highlights Ability of Ener-Core’s Proprietary Technology to Convert Low-Quality Waste Gas Emissions into Energy
IRVINE, Calif.– Ener-Core, Inc. (OTCQB:ENCR), the world’s only provider of Power Oxidation technology and equipment that generates clean power from low-quality and waste gases from a wide variety of industries, was spotlighted by Canada’s prime-time Business News Network (BNN) program “Commodities” on March 23 and also featured in several other media outlets.
During the BNN “Commodities” interview, Alain Castro, CEO, discussed the benefits of Ener-Core’s patented technology, which ultimately converts a regulatory compliance cost into revenue and energy savings. Mr. Castro noted that there is 65 billion dollars worth of waste gases produced by a wide range of industries that are flared off and emitted into the atmosphere each year globally, which is enough to power all of North America, if the gases were converted to energy. Mr. Castro also provided some insights into Ener-Core’s licensing strategy. To view the video segment in its entirety, please visit: http://www.bnn.ca/Video/player.aspx?vid=834674.
In Forbes magazine, an article titled “This Green Tech Entrepreneur Is Converting Industrial Air Pollution Into Clean Power (And Cash)” focuses on how Ener-Core is utilizing Power Oxidation technology to convert industrial waste gases into clean power across a variety of industries, including its agreement to supply two of the company’s Power Oxidizers to a project within a plant that is owned and operated by Pacific Ethanol. To read the article, please visit http://www.forbes.com/sites/kateharrison/2015/12/03/this-green-tech-entrepreneur-is-converting-industrial-air-pollution-into-clean-power-and-cash/#35e75482736b.
In On-site Energy Management magazine, an article titled “Nothing Wasted” details how Ener-Core’s technology is poised to change the way a range of industries—including alcohol distilleries, oil refineries and petrochemical plants, semiconductor manufacturing plants, animal rendering plants, coal mines and wastewater treatment plants—can manage and utilize the by-product waste gases most of them consider a liability. To read the article, please visit http://www.onsiteenergymanager.com/articles/2949/nothing-wasted.
In Solid Waste & Recycling magazine, an article titled “This Old Landfill” describes how Ener-Core’s Powerstation EC250 is slated for installation at the Santiago Canyon Landfill in California by the second quarter of 2016, serving as the first U.S.-based demonstration of the company’s technology to generate energy from low-quality landfill gases from a closed landfill which would otherwise flare (burn) its waste gases. To read the article, please visit https://issuu.com/glaciermedia/docs/swroctnov201501/15?e=1087626/31088695.
In Food Manufacturing magazine, an article titled “Converting Emissions from Animal Rendering Facilities to Clean Energy and Power” discusses the process by which Ener-Core’s Power Oxidation technology provides a unique opportunity for animal rendering plants to abate the odorous low-BTU gases produced during the manufacturing process and to produce electricity and heat energy. To read the article, please visit http://www.foodmanufacturing.com/article/2015/11/converting-emissions-animal-rendering-facilities-clean-energy-and-power.
The video and articles at the links above are provided for informational purposes only. Ener-Core, Inc. is not responsible for the content of the linked video and articles.